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Surprising Beauty Uses for Tea

Surprising Beauty Uses for Tea
By: Hannah Taylor I’m not much of a tea drinker. My family though, buys them like there’s no tomorrow. I get them as gifts all year round so there’s never any shortage of tea in my household. I know some practical uses for tea – it reduces under-eye puffiness; you could make potpourri,...
March 27th, 2015 | featured, to live | Read More

Tips for Dyeing Easter Eggs with Tiny Humans

Tips for Dyeing Easter Eggs with Tiny Humans
Dyeing Easter Eggs is an Easter tradition in most homes, doing it with tiny hands can make it a bit difficult. Here are a few tips and tricks when working with tiny humans. First of all I’m going to state what might be an obvious rule but in case you have a lapse in judgment like I may or may not...
March 25th, 2015 | featured, to craft | Read More

Parenting with a PhD: What Parents Need to Know about “Cutting”

Parenting with a PhD: What Parents Need to Know about “Cutting”
If you haven’t heard the term “cutting” out of your child’s mouth, count yourself lucky (or buckle up because it may be coming). Increasingly, I’m hearing this term from kids in my practice commenting on a disturbing trend at their schools, which we’ll call “cutting culture:” kids showing...
March 24th, 2015 | featured, to live | Read More

Top 10 Activities for Spring Break In Birmingham

Top 10 Activities for Spring Break In Birmingham
If you’re planning to spend Spring Break hanging out here in Birmingham, here are some great ideas to keep you and the little ones busy. 1. Birmingham Zoo Saturday, March 28- Sunday, April 5 There is no better place to spend your Spring Break than the Birmingham Zoo! From Saturday, March 28 through...
March 23rd, 2015 | featured, to do | Read More

Birmingham Events Calendar: March 22nd – March 29th

Birmingham Events Calendar: March 22nd – March 29th
It’s Not Our Fault if Your Kids are Bored! What are you doing this week to keep the little ones busy? We have a few ideas! If you can tear yourself away from the March Madness long enough, check out what’s going on around town. If you’re looking for an Easter Egg hunt, make sure to check...
March 22nd, 2015 | featured, to do | Read More

Birmingham Area Easter Egg Hunts, 2015

Birmingham Area Easter Egg Hunts, 2015
It’s that Egg-Citing time of year again when Easter is right around the corner and many places around Birmingham will be hosting their Easter Egg Hunts for the kiddos. If you know of one we missed or have one you would like added please let us know! Happy Hunting!   119/280 Area Bold Springs...
March 20th, 2015 | Easter Egg Hunts, featured | Read More

Birmingham Events Calendar: March 15th – March 22nd

Birmingham Events Calendar: March 15th – March 22nd
It’s Not Our Fault if Your Kids are Bored! Kind of a slow week around Birmingham this week,  but with the weather warming up it will be the perfect time to get outside and enjoy all of the parks and playgrounds our city has to offer! Fun programming with Bart this weekend at the Birmingham Museum...
March 15th, 2015 | featured, to do | Read More

Let’s Get That Garden Started: 5 Things you can do right now

Let’s Get That Garden Started: 5 Things you can do right now
by Holly Syx Growning your own garden is a great way to save money on fruits & veggies.  It’s also quite rewarding to be able to feed your family with the fruits of your labor. Ok, so I know it’s been pretty chilly outside and gardening may be the furthest thing from your mind.  But believe...
March 13th, 2015 | columns & features, featured | Read More

St. Patty’s Day Playdate

St. Patty’s Day Playdate
What do you need in order to have a fun St Patty’s Day playdate? Shamrocks, pots of gold, lots of green and some little Leprechauns, of course! Since everyone seems to gather in the kitchen, let’s start with food. This can be as easy or as involved as you want it to be. For a simple plan,...
March 10th, 2015 | featured, to do | Read More

First Time Camper Program – Georgia State Parks

First Time Camper Program – Georgia State Parks
Long-time campers know the gooey fun of making s’mores over the fire, but for those who have never slept in a tent before, spending the night outdoors can be an unfamiliar adventure. Through Georgia State Parks’ First-Time Camper Program, curious guests can see if they enjoy sleeping under the stars...
March 9th, 2015 | featured, to do | Read More